exacerbate

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İngilizce - Türkçe
(Biyoloji) alevlen
{f} kötüleştirmek
alevlendirmek
{f} daha kötü bir duruma sokmak, (kötü durumdaki bir şeyi) artırmak
öfkelendirmek
şiddetlenme
kızıştırmak
kızıştırma
alevlenmek
ağırlaştırmak
(acı/hastalık/vb.) şiddetlendirmek
şiddetlendir
{f} kızdırmak
{f} şiddetlendirmek
{f} sinirlendirmek
{f} azdırmak
hiddet
azıştırmak
irritate
sinirlendirmek
irritate
kızdırmak

Tom sadece Mary'yi kızdırmak için gömleğini kasıtlı olarak ters giydi. - Tom purposely wore his shirt inside out just to irritate Mary.

Tom'un sürekli tartışması onun sınıf arkadaşlarından bazılarını kızdırmaktadır. Fakat, sınıfın çoğu onu görmezden gelmeyi henüz öğrendi. - Tom's constant arguing irritates some of his classmates. However, most of the class has just learned to ignore him.

irritate
{f} tahriş etmek
exacerbate, sharpen
Keskinleştirmek azdırmak
irritate
{f} kurcalamak
exacerbation
alevlenme
irritate
{f} gıcık etmek
irritate
{f} sinirini bozmak
irritate
sinirlendir

O, ses tarafından sinirlendirildi. - He was irritated by the sound.

Onun kararsızlığı tarafından sinirlendirildim. - I was irritated by his indecision.

irritate
dalamak
irritate
canını sıkmak
irritate
bamteline basmak
exacerbation
kötüleşme
exacerbation
hiddet
exacerbation
şiddetlenme
irritate
iptal etmek sinir etmek
exacerbations
alevlenmeler
irritate
tahriş et
exacerbation
{i} sinirlendirme
exacerbation
azdırma
exacerbation
şiddetlendirme
exacerbation
(Tıp) Şiddetin artması, örneğin semptomların şiddet kazanması
irritate
{f} kaşındırmak
irritate
{f} sinir bozmak
irritate
{f} tahrik etmek
irritate
{f} azdırmak
irritate
(fiil) kızdırmak, sinirini bozmak, kurcalamak, öfkelendirmek, sinir bozmak, sinirlendirmek, tahrik etmek, gıcık etmek, tahriş etmek, azdırmak, kaşındırmak, iptal etmek, sinir etmek, rahatsız etmek
irritate
{f} rahatsız etmek
İngilizce - İngilizce
To irritate
To make (pain, anger, etc.) worse; aggravate

The proposed shutdown would exacerbate unemployment problems.

to make more sharp, severe, or virulent
make worse; "This drug aggravates the pain"
To render more violent or bitter; to irritate; to exasperate; to imbitter, as passions or disease
If something exacerbates a problem or bad situation, it makes it worse. Longstanding poverty has been exacerbated by racial divisions. = aggravate + exacerbation ex·ac·er·ba·tion the exacerbation of global problems. to make a bad situation worse (past participle of exacerbare, from acerbus )
{f} worsen, intensify, aggravate
irritate
exasperate or irritate
make (pain, anger, etc) worse; aggravate
exacerbation
{n} the highth of a disease, a taunt
exacerbated
past of exacerbate
exacerbates
third-person singular of exacerbate
exacerbating
making worse
exacerbating
present participle of exacerbate
exacerbation
The appearance of new symptoms or the aggravation of old ones, lasting at lease 24 hours (synonymous with attack, replace, flare-up, or worsening); usually associated with inflammation and demyelination in the brain or spinal cord
exacerbation
a period when a disease or medical condition becomes worse
exacerbation
an increase in the severity of a disease or of its symptoms
exacerbation
The initial inflammation in the demyelinization process in Multiple Sclerosis, or a relapse and return of symptoms
exacerbation
A periodical increase of violence in a disease, as in remittent or continious fever; an increased energy of diseased and painful action
exacerbation
flare-up or attack of symptoms such as numbness or tingling of hands and feet that typically last for a few weeks; exacerbations come and go throughout the disease course of MS
exacerbation
The act rendering more violent or bitter; the state of being exacerbated or intensified in violence or malignity; as, exacerbation of passion
exacerbation
Refers to activities by the owner or operator that cause existing contamination to migrate beyond the boundaries of the source of contamination or cause an increased response cost
exacerbation
{i} aggravation, intensification, increase in severity; irritation
exacerbation
action that makes a problem or a disease (or its symptoms) worse; "the aggravation of her condition resulted from lack of care"
exacerbation
violent and bitter exasperation; "his foolishness was followed by an exacerbation of their quarrel
exacerbation
an increase in the severity of symptoms
exacerbation
violent and bitter exasperation; "his foolishness was followed by an exacerbation of their quarrel"
exacerbation
an increase in the severity of something (such as a disease)
exacerbation
A flare-up or worsening of a condition
exacerbation
worsening
exacerbation
A recurrence or worsening of symptoms
exacerbate